Bio-drama is a living organism composed of 6 scenic cells that expand the theatrical experience to any public or private space, anywhere in the world, without us creators having to travel to perform them. You can experience some of these cells with just your cell phone and a headset. In others, you will need a host to host and stage the digital dramaturgy for a group of spectators. Bio-drama inhabits this platform (web and app) that hosts the 6 scenic cells, created by Onírica Mecánica along with other expanded theater contents.
We call digital Dramaturgies to those pieces of performing arts written to be performed through digital technological tools (virtual or not) to generate theatrical encounters or live experiences between narrator and spectator, in which both share the same performance space (virtual or physical) and time.
All the theatrical cells that make up Bio-drama:
- They can be freely experienced.
- They start in search of new theatrical forms that can happen without us (directors, scenographers, etc.) being present.
- They use the body of the spectators to reproduce themselves, acting as actors or actresses of each experience.
- They are eco-sustainable, without large scenographies or environmental impact in their transport, as they travel through the network and can be downloaded to your own devices.
- The 6 theatrical cells that make up Bio-drama are interdependent and at the same time form a unique scenic ecosystem, although each of them inhabits a different space and time and can be experienced separately.
- All embrace speculative science fiction as a genre.
- Each cell poses a question about the strange present in which we humans live.